Your students will have a blast with this Force and Motion Review Chalk Talk. Take your students outside to show what they know by drawing and discussing Force and Motion topics with chalk on the sidewalks! There are 20 task cards included with a drawing task and a discussion question. Editable cards are also included to modify or create your own questions.Chalk Talk is a perfectly fun, creative and engaging review!
1. Large and Small Chalk talk cards (b/w and colored)
2. Optional template for individual student use
3. Optional Tracking chart for teacher (use to record student names and grades for each finished card) or for students (mark out which cards they have completed)
4. Teacher notes with suggestions
5. Editable Chalk Talk Task Cards to modify or create your own questions
Each card includes
Draw- (diagram, model, example or scene)
Include- (requirements, labeling)
2. Forces of Nature
3. Balanced and Unbalanced Forces
4. Laws of Motion
5. Simple Machines
Alternatives for Chalk Talk
Outside with sidewalk chalk
Inside on chalkboard
Dry-erase board and Markers
Dry-erase markers on desk (do a small test first)
Dry-erase markers on sheet protector w/ white paper
Folded paper with pencil, crayons or markers
Chalk talk worksheet (provided)
“graffiti wall” with butcher paper
Sheets of paper taped in common areas (cafeteria, hallways, etc)
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